Since the inception of this sub reddit the moderators have had a very relaxed view of anger and what many perceive as "misogyny" and a common trope is bandied around that there is some latent misogyny here and angry guys, but most of us "get it."
I want it to be clear that the anger isn't just expected, it's encouraged- not because we want this to be the final stage in waking up, but because there's simply no other place that men are welcome with this rage.
The anger will subside, and out of it: hopefully a constructive philosophy towards a better us and a better future.
For many of us who have been here for long, this is old news. For some who are new, I want you to take a moment and read this. If you're an onlooker who thinks we're all nuts, this might be a good read for you too.
If a man took the traditional path, worked hard and saved, got the rock, went down on bended knee, listened to his father about ‘happy wife, happy life’, listened to his mother to ‘just be yourself’, listened to all the gossip columns and girlfriends who advocated more and more supplicating, and then finally listened to his marriage counselor to double down on that supplication.. you could reasonably expect him to be angry when he finds the sphere and realizes he’d been lied to.. BY EVERYBODY. You can understand he’ll be even angrier when he gets constant feedback from other successful men telling him to discard all he’s ever known, told to sack up, learn what it means to be ‘attractive’, learn that hypergamy doesn’t care, learn about female nature, attraction triggers, the science.
Read the whole article at M3
Edit: Another interesting excerpt:
If you were to tell any woman how to fix their girl game problems to work in ‘reality’, like men men are told how to fix their game in our sphere, suddenly they go into hyper rage.
This is interesting. For a while I took part in a female oriented forum discussing "girl game" and true enough, these women didn't want any of the advice I had to give. They would become violently angry before accepting that maybe feminine traits do exist and embracing them would help in their search for the one. They denied even the simple premise that there are strictly feminine traits at all, and any suggestion of embracing them were considered demeaning and sexist.